On Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 2, Antonio's loyalties are divided when the SA's office prosecutes Atwater for the death of an arrestee.

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Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 2 finds Antonio caught in the middle between his new job and his old one.

When a prisoner dies shortly after being arrested, the SA's office investigates the cause of the death. The prisoner was a black man and the case is emotionally and politically charged.

Antonio and Laura quickly discover that the paramedics and the hospital were negligent and that Atwater was the arresting officer. Atwater is upset when they appear to be accusing him of wrongdoing. Soon, Reverend Fitch comes forward with a bunch of cell phone videos. The evidence is inconclusive about whether Atwater did anything.

Atwater doubts himself and Antonio believes in him and tries to protect him. The reputation of Voight's unit and Voight himself don't help, however, as Voight is of the opinion that if Atwater killed Wilkes, Wilkes deserved it.

To make matters worse, Stone's old mentor, Paul Robinette, arrives to represent Atwater. Atwater is charged with murder after a grand jury hearing, angering Antonio.

Atwater ends up taking a plea, but Antonio finds evidence that could exonerate him.

Meanwhile, Stone struggles with conflicting feelings towards his father after talking with Robinette.

To find out what happens, watch Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 2 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 2, Paul Robinette defends Kevin Atwater after a young man dies in custody after his arrest by Chicago PD.


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Chicago Justice
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Chicago Justice Season 1 Episode 2 Quotes

Laura: You went to the lake with the kid still in the ambulance?
Paramedic: He puked all over himself and reeked of booze and cigarettes. He wasn't going anywhere.
Laura: Remind me not to get sick.
Antonio: Remind me not to be a black male.

Anna: Rifkin called. He said we can shove it.
Peter: Look on the bright side. You're first chair on a homicide.